To preserve and improve the social, cultural, economic and environmental well being of Inner South Canberra and the Inner South Canberra Community.

Labor returned to power in ACT

From ABC News article: Labor has been returned to power in the ACT after sole Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury decided to back the party for a fourth term. Labor and the Canberra Liberals have eight seats each in the new Legislative Assembly, leaving Mr Rattenbury holding the balance of power.

Meet the Candidates Forum

The ACT Assembly elections due on 20 October 2012 present an ideal opportunity for residents of the inner south to engage with the Territory’s political parties on issues of concern in our suburbs. ISCCC Article from City Chronicle – 4 Sept 2012

Back in the Swim again

From Canberra Times article: When Bryan Pasfield opened the doors to the Manuka Pool on Saturday, it was the first time in more than 65 years that the key was not turned by a member of the Taverner family.

Devil’s Seat at Rocky Knob

From a Canberra Times article: Boyhood memories spark a rewarding rediscovery in Rocky Knob Park. ‘No this isn’t it, but it’s got to be here somewhere,” gasps Jim Powell as we clamber among the waist-high grass and proliferation of boulders of Narrabundah’s aptly-named Rocky Knob Park. It’s somewhat serendipitous that…

Parking in Barton

With upgrade work underway on State Circle, Brisbane Avenue and Windsor Walk car parks in Barton, local residents are expecting to feel the parking pressure. ISCCC Article from City Chronicle – 10 April 2012